1. monolith82's Avatar
    Got installed RSS Savvy from BlackBerry World. Nice app, got me updated with all the news especially while I am on board in the middle of the ocean using very low bandwith satellite Internet over WiFi. Anyways, noticed recently when checking internal memory content in the Settings Menu that this app is growing bigger memory wise. Any way to clean cache of this application? I did not seen any option like this in the application itself.

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    04-21-15 05:09 PM
  2. Joshu42's Avatar
    You will find a "Clear Data" button for Android apps in the Device Monitor, but native apps need to implement this feature. And you're right, there is no "Clear Cache" in the native RSS Savvy app...
    04-22-15 05:59 AM

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